Musings: Why Pub Theology?

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By The Rev. Emma Donohew | Photos by Jesse N. Love

Emma Donohew takes the “church” out of church and places it in a bar & grill for her weekly Pub Theology.

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If we are to truly “Rethink Church” we must “Rethink Our Current Strategies”. Taking the church out of the building is an important way to reach those who are unfamiliar with the life-transforming message of Jesus Christ. Other churches and campus ministries throughout the PNW have also had their own successes! To live out the golden rule of loving your neighbor you must also love your neighborhood. Truly living it out also means engaging the challenging issues of faith in a new way and sometimes even in a new location…

Emma Donohew serves as pastor of Greenlake UMC (Seattle, Wash.).
This story will be featured in Channels 62, coming soon.

They Like Jesus But Not the Church

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Many in today’s emerging generation don’t like the church. Some are leaving the church; others never were a part of it. Yet they remain fascinated with Jesus. This six-session DVD will explore six of the most common objections and misunderstandings emerging generations have about the church and how the church can respond in positive ways.

  1. The church is an “organized religion” with a political agenda
  2. The church is judgmental and negative
  3. The church is male dominated and oppresses females
  4. The church is homophobic
  5. The church feels Christianity is right and all other religions are wrong
  6. The church is full of “fundamentalists” who take the Bible too literally.
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  1. Add to the list of these problems a couple more. You are a little church in a rural community. Few established neighborhoods, sparse bus service, a location on the edge of the shopping area.
    Ageing congregation in an area dominated by “snow birds”. So many challenges. A loving heart and a willingness to help in the community, but we are suffering from “volunteer fatigue”.

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